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bluzbiker@gmail.com

Shawn,

I tried the drill with my sand wedge and 7 iron. I started off missing the front T to the right. After, making an adjustment to my takeaway I would swing of over the 2nd T. I then used the perpetual motion drill cutting grass. I had to lower myself and boom I took out both T’s. I was able to transfer the skill at the driving range using “Throwing the clubs” as my task.

bluzbiker@gmail.com

Man am I glad to see this video. I am struggling with my irons shanking them left. I believe in large part as I am not swinging to the target. This routine should help with that as the second T becomes a point of emphasis. My friends keep telling that you are not to tilt on the irons. They also tell me to keep my centered over the ball. My response is my coach says otherwise yet I see them “hitting the ball” much better than I am. Shawn, I need to send you a clip of my head position. I remember you telling me that my head position allowed me to see with my binocular vision but closed my shoulders to the target.

tommy@drtommystoddard.com

Hi Shawn,
Good video for me. I can have an inconsistent strike. Bracing videos have helped me take a little divot after strike, but it feels like I am swinging downward. How do you take a divot if you are parallel to the ground enough to hit both tees? My miss is to take club inside, drop trail shoulder on downswing, then hit fat with swing to right field hoping to hit a draw. I think this video can help because it is a great illustration of what we are trying to do. Keep clipping that dandelion.
You are the best.
Thanks

Dario D'Andrea

Hi Shawn! Another great video! I have been revisiting a few of your oldies but goodies, and another step in the right direction and key for me keeping my irons along the ground through the tees was that placement of my trail elbow in the setup like you discovered with the football analogy. It is such an improvement in the way I can gather the sword, feel the heft of my strike, and stay anchored behind the hit, which was always an issue for me.

I cannot get across the line and steeply chunk on the downswing with this element, and once it is set, I really can stay with my target beautifully into the finish. The 20-20 head position was also something that I had gotten away from in my setup and once I re-calibrated the head tilt and turn in my setup, my trail heel is finally staying on the ground past impact and my dispersion has really tightened up.

I shot my best 9 hole round of 41 on Thursday and started the back 9 on pace to break 80 for the first time in my life, but it was an afternoon round on a beautiful day and the course was full. Once we caught up to the foursomes in front of us, we unfortunately ran out of daylight so I cannot officially make that claim yet! My success story continues and it truly is just a reinforcing feeling that we have it right and that your instruction is the best out there hands down! Thank you again, I will send a swing video to you soon, just having too much fun playing right now and for the first time in my life, do not feel the need to “WORK” on my swing! Have a fantastic weekend!

Fred Baggett

Thanks Shawn
You must have read my mind. All too often I feel ” The water spilling out my left ear” at the top of backswing. I played yesterday and my task was feel the weight of the kettle bell while keeping the water in my ear with a rehinge delivery.
Shot 38 on the back. Can’t wait to work on the mile markers with the 2 tees.
Have a great weekend
Fred

mick10@shaw.ca

I played yesterday and I think my mishits were from what you describe, losing the tilt on the downswing. I hit some deep pelts with the irons and a couple wild misses to the right with driver. Basically I reverted to the ball I suppose. Forgive me if this is the wrong place to ask a question, but my email isn’t working and I am not aware you have answered my previous posts from the past week and a half – my question is, can you link me to videos that discuss how to take good shots from the practice tee to the golf course? I hit it fantastic on the range but inconsistent on the course. I try to do the exact same things on the course regarding intermediate and long range targets but it does not seem to work. I use trees etc as long targets plus the pin of course as a final target. But so far no consistent success.

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